Comprehensive Study on Challenges to introduce AEBS feature in Indian Perspective


To be published on 09/08/2024

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India is a diverse country in terms of road conditions, road maintenance, traffic conditions, traffic density, quality of traffic which implies presence of agricultural tractors, bullock carts, autos, motor bikes, oncoming traffic in same lane, vulnerable road users (VRU) walking in the same lanes as vehicles, VRU’s crossing roads without using zebra crossings etc. as additional traffic quality deterrents in comparison to developed countries. The braking capacity of such vivid road users may not be at par with global standards due to their categories, maintenance, loading beyond specifications, driver behavior which includes the tendency to maintain a close gap between the preceding vehicle etc. which may lead to incidents specifically of rear collisions due to the vehicle going through an emergency braking event. The following paper provides a comprehensive study of the special considerations or intricacies in implementation of Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEBS) feature into Indian traffic perspective. The paper provides a comparison of the AEBS standard between Indian and EU markets. The paper provides the differences in traffic quality of Indian roads in comparison with EU to justify the limitations to be dealt with and eventually this paper also provides a detailed study on the special considerations to be inculcated in developing such feature specific to Indian customer and to enhance the safety of occupant as well as other road users.
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Kartheek, N., Khare, R., Sathyamurthy, S., Manickam, P. et al., "Comprehensive Study on Challenges to introduce AEBS feature in Indian Perspective," SAE Technical Paper 2024-01-3050, 2024, .
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To be published on Sep 8, 2024
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